m. abt 1809
Facts and Events
Notes for Sarah ( Sally ) Ann Earp:Mrs. A.J. Eby died February 5, 1902, at the family home at 826 South Third street, following a stroke of paralysis a few days before. The
stroke was a severe one, and while she was conscious until a few minutes before her death she was unable to speak. As Sarah Ann Earp she was born at Frankfort, Kentucky., March 2, 1827. The family to Monmouth in 1846, and on May 6 of the following year she married A.J. Eby. Dr. Richard Haney performed the ceremony, and they had lived inMonmouth and vicinity every since. Nine children were born to them, six of whom survived their mother. They were; Theodore Eby of Rockwell, Iowa, Edward J. Eby of Galesburg, Mrs. Anna Keene and C.L. Eby of Monmouth, and Mrs. Ida Miller ofOsceola, Iowa. Mrs. Eby was a member of the Methodist church and her funeral was held at that church, conducted by Dr.Samuel Van Pelt (Deaths and Obituaries extracted from the Moffitt Book, vol. vii, 1985, p.187).